Liverpool Condemn Fans for ‘Racist Stereotype’ Divock Origi Banner

first_imgGenk: Liverpool condemned a “racist” banner depicting Divock Origi that was displayed in the away end before their Champions League clash with Genk in Belgium on Wednesday.The banner appeared to show Origi’s head photoshopped onto a naked body alongside the Champions League trophy. It was removed before the start of the match, which Liverpool won 4-1. A club statement said: “Liverpool Football Club condemns the offensive banner displayed in our section of the ground, prior to kick-off.”To be clear, the image used perpetuated a racist stereotype. This is completely unacceptable.”We acted swiftly to have the banner removed and we are now working with the local authorities and stadium team in Genk to identify those responsible.”Any subsequent action will be taken in keeping with our sanctions process.”Asked for his reaction after the game, manager Jurgen Klopp replied: “I didn’t see it yet but I heard we already gave a statement so I have nothing to add.”Liverpool went on to win the game 4-1 and Origi came on as a second-half substitute.A player in the Genk academy as a youngster, the Belgian international was given a warm welcome from the home supporters when he came on and at the end of the match. Bannerdivock origifansGenk First Published: October 24, 2019, 9:56 AM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.last_img read more

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‘Worst night on record’: Spanish media on Real Madrid’s Champions League exit

first_imgAjax Share via Email But Madrid’s problems go back further, most agreed. The squad has been weakened, investment has slowed, and the player who marked this generation has gone. AS’s Madridista Tomás Roncero described this as “Cristianicide”. “We shot ourselves in the foot.” If so, the surprise was that they didn’t miss. “This was a game that summed up Madrid’s ills.” Topics Play Video AS lamented Real Madrid’s ‘tragic week’ that saw them exit the Copa del Rey, effectively end their league challenge and now depart the Champions League. Photograph: AS Real Madrid’s Dani Carvajal wells up after ‘we lost it all in a week’ Madrid have been European champions for 1,012 days, winning the competition in four of the past five years. Only the Real side that won the first five editions of this competition have ever produced a run like it. But that team died, cause of death: “Drowned in their own blood,” said El Mundo. “Before we go on, we should pay homage to a group of players who will remain in the memory: since Di Stéfano there’s never been a team like this,” insisted Marca, before painting a portrait of “the worst night on record”.Nor was it just one night – it was seven of them, three home defeats in a week ending a season that Dani Carvajal described as “shit”. Knocked out of the Copa del Rey on Wednesday, effectively out of the league on Saturday, and out of Europe on Tuesday, their earliest European exit in nine years.AS called it Madrid’s “tragic week”. It is only March, but Real’s season is over. “Three months in the desert” await. “Now they have to drag their ghost across pitches until June, crossing Spain in the shadow of Mourinho,” wrote Jorge Bustos in El Mundo. Champions League Real Madrid Quick guide Follow Guardian sport on social media Twitter Pinterest Show Photograph: Chesnot/Getty Images Europe Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger 1:10 Europe has so often been Madrid’s elixir. During the 13 seasons in which they won the trophy that most defines them, Real only won the league twice. “Not even in the holy land,” said AS.“A team without goals, without defensive rigour, without fuel in the middle,” as Jaime Rodríguez put it, are out. They had “bathed in reality”, El País suggested. That reality is “terrifying”, “awful”, “disastrous”, “horrible”, everyone agreed. “The worst possible end,” Marca said.Or the best? The Catalan newspaper El Mundo Deportivo gleefully called Real’s shock last-16 exit a “total shipwreck”, an “absolute failure”. Madrid had been “stripped bare”. Barcelona’s other sports daily, Sport, cheered the “end of an era”: Madrid was “closed for demolition”. It was made all the more enjoyable by the presence of Ajax’s Frenkie de Jong, who will be at Barcelona next year. Barça had knocked Madrid out of two competitions, and now a future Barcelona player had knocked them out of a third.Yet perhaps Madrid had knocked themselves out, starting with Zinedine Zidane’s departure and Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Juventus. It did not go unnoticed that Sergio Ramos watched the game from a private box having sought a suspension that saw him miss out. Or that while he was there, he was being filmed for a documentary. Read more Share on Facebook The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Was this helpful? Share on Pinterest Share on Twitter Thank you for your feedback. news Twitter: follow us at @guardian_sportFacebook: like our football and sport pagesInstagram: our favourite photos, films and storiesYouTube: subscribe to our football and sport channels Share on LinkedIn Real Madrid’s mourners filed out in silence while Ajax danced on their graves. As the north end of the Santiago Bernabéu roared to the sound of thousands of Dutch fans celebrating, the south stood abandoned and sad. Marca published an image of the north end as the final minutes ticked by, the Ajax section full, Madrid’s emptying, scoreboard quantifying their pain like some gigantic tombstone, on a front cover that was sparse and sombre. “Here lies the team that made history,” it said, adding: “A humiliating end to an unrepeatable era.” Real Madrid ‘devastated’ as jubilant Ajax fans celebrate shock 4-1 win – video Hide “This is the end an era that will affect everyone except the man who makes decisions: the president [Florentino Pérez],” wrote Orfeo Suárez, who described a team that is a “caricature, where those who win the most don’t play, those who run get injured, where balls hit the post and the captain films it all from his vanity box and the fans leave before the end.” They left leaving an empty stand and a scoreboard that read Real Madrid 1 Ajax 4. “An electric sign of Armageddon,” said Diego Torres in El País. Facebook Reuse this contentlast_img read more

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Wage Exemption for More Income Assistance Clients

first_imgWith changes to wage exemption rules, clients receiving income assistance who are self-employed or who receive tips, gratuities and commissions, will now have more money in their pockets. As of May 1st, people are able to keep more of this income before seeing a reduction in their income assistance payments. “For some people with disabilities, self-employment is the best option for earning income and maintaining independence,” said Brian Aird, Teamwork Cooperative, Self-Employment Services. “This change means that self-employed individuals can keep more money to invest in making their businesses successful.” Wage exemptions were first introduced in the fall of 2018 to allow Employment Support and Income Assistance clients to keep more of their income assistance while working. “I know my strengths and weaknesses and how my disabilities impact them, and self-employment allows me to manage them successfully,” said Sue Chessell, In-Thread-Able Designs. “Traditional employment hasn’t been able to meet my needs, but self-employment allows me to be a contributing member of society and improve my standard of living. This change will help me grow my business.” For information on other measures to support income assistance clients, visit https://novascotia.ca/coms/employment/index.html .last_img read more

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Moroccos Mounir Haddadi Scores Two Goals with Barca in Friendly

Fez- Moroccan young player Mounir Haddadi is making his way to become one of FC Barcelona’s stars this year.The 18-year old player, who was born and raised in Spain, showed the greatness of his talent on Monday in a friendly game against Mexican side Leon de Guanajuato, which the Catalan club won by 6-0Hadadi, who came in in the second half in substitution of Neymar, scored his team’s fourth and fifth goals at the 55th and 78th minutes respectively. Mounir had already scored two more goals against Helsinki, which makes him Barcelona’s top scorer in this pre-season.Last year Mounir one of the top stars of Barcelona’s Juvenil team, the reserve team of Barcelona that plays in the Spanish second division.

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Yatim Responds To Paris Date Controversy She Is My Fiancee

Rabat – PJD Minister of Employment Mohamed Yatim has opened up about his controversial date.A 28-second-long video showing Yatim holding hands with a woman in Paris opened the door for rounds of criticism and controversy.In an interview with news outlet Al Omk Almaghribi, Yatim spoke about the video and his relationship with the unidentified woman. Yatim said their relationship was “legitimate” and known to her family.Read Also: Video: Yatim’s Paris Street Date stirs Polygamy Controversy“Since the engagement ceremony, I have been visiting her family for religious and social events. It is not a secret, even my family knows about it,” the minister said.Yatim, who had already proposed to the lady, is awaiting divorce papers to end his current marriage.Defending himself and his fiancee, Yatim said that the video dates back to Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, which fell in May and June in 2018.He noted that they met for dinner “during the month of Ramadan in a restaurant and we met in Paris.”He explained that they were not traveling or living together, emphasizing that her parents would have been the first to react if “they had thought that our relationship was not serious.”“Breaking the fast in Ramadan in summer in Europe is late, and the same thing for dinner, which is at the same time a pre-dawn meal,” he said.He continued to say that there is nothing unusual in him accompanying his fiancee to the building where she lives, because they finished their dinner late.Yatim, a member of the ruling Moroccan Islamist party (PJD), also explained his choice to marry a woman who does not wear a hijab.He said, “The hijab was previously associated with organizational or kinetic affiliation and is no longer the same.”He added that hijab is “no longer a criterion for religiosity and moral obligation.”Yatim described his future second wife as “religious.” He added that she is looking forward to improve her religious practice, taking into account and agreeing that the “legal status of her future husband requires a gradual shift in this level.”According to several news outlets, Yatim met his future wife while she was nursing him after he was injured with a fracture earlier this year.The woman is allegedly a 30-year-old psychotherapist and a nurse.The 62-year-old minister faced rounds of criticism in July when Moroccans accused him of being in a polygamous marriage.In response, Yatim condemned the act of polygamy, saying that he would never engage in it, no matter the circumstances. read more

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Henrik Mollgaard to join Aalborg Handball

Danish TV2 Sport brought information about domestic national team member Henrik Mollgaard who has to join national champions Aalborg Handball in summer 2018! The 32-years old defensive specialist who can be useful in transition, playing his third season at Paris Saint Germain handball.He came to Paris from Danish Skjern Handball, while previosly he was a member od AaB Handball.Mollgaard was a vital part of the Olympic golden squad of Danish handball.source: hbold.dk Aalborg handballhenrik mollgaardPSG Handball ← Previous Story RK Celje PL lose Luka Mitrovic for the rest of the season! Next Story → RK Celje PL goalie Urban Lesjak: We can beat anyone

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An Olympic Airways jet has been sitting in an Oregon forest since

first_imgAn Olympic Airways Boeing 727 has since 2012 been sitting in the middle of a forest in Oregon, where its now owner has turned it into an unconventional home.Retired engineer Bruce Campbell, always dreamed of rescuing a decommissioned aircraft from becoming scrap metal and back in 2009, he spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy it and tow it.After he moved the plane to the middle of his land he added a sofa-bed where he sleeps, and feeds on canned food that he stockpiles; to shower, he uses a water-tank and a giant rolling PVC sheet.The plane has become Oregon’s urban legend but more than its location it is its history that attracts the most interest.Olympic Airways flight attendants. Photo: Olympic Airways ArchivesThe 727-turned-home aircraft is actually the same jet that transported Aristotle Onassis’ to his final resting place in Greece in 1975 after he passed away in France.It was only after Mr Campbell run the serial number through records that he realised he was acquiring such an important piece of Greek history.Onassis was the owner of Olympic Airways, Greece’s flagship airline following his decision to purchase the Greek state airline (formerly known as T.A.E.) in July of 1956.The airline, later renamed Olympic Airlines ceased all operations in 2009, after decades of being Greece’s most luxurious and reliable carrier. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Manjai Gaffer My Team Can Reach the Finals

first_imgBy Sulayman BahVictory in the opening game has had Manjai’s tactician believing his side can reach the final and claim the staked prize.Jassey and Barry each netted to get Manjai firing from all cylinders in the Super Nawttan –a tournament pitting zones, the nation’s most popular football championship.‘I came with expectations to win Sukuta because that was what we have been training for all these days. It was not an easy task to do but I have a side that is formidable and strong.‘We have beaten the champions so there is no doubt that we will top our group this year,’ Manjai’s head coach Pap Modou Mbowe said.Refuting allegation Manjai is merely good at qualifying at the group stages and not beyond the knockout, Mbowe insisted: ‘I have changed the Manjai style of play and I believe my side can make it to the finals. My players are good at keeping possession of the ball and this is one of our strengths.’last_img read more

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Legacy Salmon Creek to host Healthy Kids Fair

first_imgLegacy Salmon Creek Medical Center will host its annual free Healthy Kids Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 2211 N.E. 139th St., Vancouver. Participants are asked to bring nonperishable food for Share. Legacy Trauma Nurses Talk Tough will sell and fit bike helmets for $6. Legacy Child Passenger Safety Program will check seats to make sure they’re properly installed. Old car seats can be brought to the fair for recycling. The Salmon Creek Farmers Market will have several vendors on site offering local produce, and many of the hospital’s departments will offer activities and information.last_img

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Militants barge into civilians home in JKs Pampore and open fire

first_imgThe injured civilian was shifted to the hospital in a critical condition.ReutersSuspected militants on Monday (July 8) evening shot and critically injured a civilian inside his house in Pampore town of Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.According to police officials, Muhammad Rafiq Rather, the injured civilian, was at his home when the militants barged into his house and opened fire at him. “He was shifted to the hospital in a critical condition. Searches were started in the area immediately after the incident,” a police officer told news agency IANS.Earlier on June 30, an encounter broke out in Chadoora area of Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district, in which one terrorist was killed. In another similar case last month, a militant was killed in an encounter that broke out between security forces and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir’s Badgam district. Search operations were started in the area immediately after the incident.Representational imageAttacks on security personnel are steadily rising in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Though militants have been killed in large numbers, they have started hitting back. Last month, nine security personnel, including an army major and a young SHO, were killed in the Kashmir valley. IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:01/0:58Loaded: 0%0:02Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-0:57?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading … 2 JeM terrorists killed in search operations; Indian Army Major among 4 soldiers martyredcenter_img Closelast_img read more

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Khagrachhari fresh landslide kills 2

first_imgTwo siblings were killed in a fresh landslide triggered by heavy downpour in Budungpara of Ramgar upazila of Khagrachhari on Sunday, reports news agency UNB.The identities of the two latest landslide victims , aged around 10 years and 8 years, could not be known immediately.An incessant rainfall that lasted for about an hour in Budungpara caused the landslide at 5:00am, killing the duo on the spot, said Ramgar upazila nirbahi officer (UNO) Md Al Mamun Mia, quoting locals and witnesses.With the fresh landslide, a total of four people died so far due to hillslides in the district since last Tuesday’s massive landslide.Previously, 114 people, including five army men, were killed in Rangamati, which was hit hardest by the hillslides, while 34 in Chittagong, six in Bandarban, two each in Cox’s Bazar and Khagrachhari, raising the total death toll to 158.last_img read more

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What happened to all the Islamic State foreign fighters

first_imgA teenager holds a cooker at a camp for people displaced from fighting in the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa, in Ain Issa, Syria on 14 June 2017. ReutersAn estimated 40,000 people travelled from around the world to take up arms for the Islamic State group as it occupied territory in Syria and Iraq and declared a caliphate in 2014.A few hundred are believed to still be fighting as IS struggles to survive, having lost most of its territory to campaigns by Western-backed Syrian and Iraqi coalition armies.But what happened to the rest?Many thousands were certainly killed in the intense fighting, but US experts believe many have survived, posing a formidable threat going ahead.“The issue is: how many have died? How many are still there and willing to fight? How many have gone elsewhere to fight?” said Seth Jones, director of the International Security and Defence Policy Centre at the Rand Corporation.“How many have given up? I don’t think we have a good answer.”International counterterror groups are putting huge efforts into answering those questions, working hard to name, count and track IS foreign fighters.In France, officials say, around 1,700 people went to Iraq and Syria since 2013 to join IS. Of those, 400 to 450 have been killed, and 250 returned to France.Foreign affairs minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on 8 December that about 500 are still in the Iraq-Syria theatre, and for them it is now very hard to return to France.But that leaves another 500 whose whereabouts are unknown, many of them with the skills of war, wielding weapons and making bombs.‘One-way ticket’Terrorism specialist Bruce Hoffman of Georgetown University estimated during a conference Wednesday that “thousands” have escaped the war zone.“Today, some of them are most likely in the Balkans, lying low for the time being, waiting for the opportunity to infiltrate themselves to the rest of Europe,” he said.Some have travelled to other jihadist fronts, according to Thomas Sanderson, of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies’ Transnational Threats Project.For example, he said, at least 80 IS fighters from Morocco, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Yemen have joined since May the IS-allied Abu Sayyaf insurgents battling government forces in the southern Philippines.Local people in the northern Afghanistan province of Jowzjan have told AFP that French-speaking IS veterans-from France or northern African countries-have recently set up camp there.And they also have the option of other conflict zones in northern Africa, like Libya, Somalia, Yemen and elsewhere where jihadist groups akin to IS are conducting violent insurgencies.The defeat of IS on the battlefield in Syria in Iraq did not close off escape routes. IS fighters were able to blend in with civilian refugees or bribe their way to sneak into Turkey.Many don’t have much choice but to continue to fight: they never had a plan to return to their home countries, where they face imprisonment in most cases, according to Jones.“For many, it was a one-way trip. They wanted to live in the caliphate, permanently. So we don’t see a major move back.”last_img read more

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5 GrowthHacking Myths for Software Entrepreneurs

first_img Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This article is included in Entrepreneur Voices on Growth Hacking, a new book containing insights from more than 20 contributors, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders.”Growth hacking” has become such a popular buzzword — used by so many people (who often know a fair amount about growth but usually very little about hacking) — that certain myths have become attached to the term.These common myths are problematic because they conflate, confuse and practically destroy the proper meaning of “growth hacking” altogether. Below are five you should be especially wary of:Related: How Growth Hacking Is Redefining Marketing1. There is no growth ‘blueprint.’There is no ultimate blueprint, road map, template, checklist or rulebook to growth hacking. While examples such as Airbnb, Uber, Dropbox et. al provide nice case studies to list in blog posts, more often than not, successful growth-hack strategies and tactics work once — and only once.The good news, however, is that there’s no shortage of growth-hacking best practices. You can discover them by perusing articles posted in the Growth Hacking section of Entrepreneur.com, over at GrowthHackers.com or a via a gaggle of recent books on the subject.Bottom line: Growth hacking is as much about attitude (curiosity, playfulness, empiricism) and capability (willingness to code, to get one’s hands dirty, experiment, fail, adapt and reiterate) as it is about replicating the methods already used in specific instances. 2. They will not come just because you built it.While it’s not theoretically impossible for a great software startup to go from zero to infinity on the basis of its organic marketing efforts alone, the odds of this happening materially diminish each day as the massive user platforms (I’m talking about you, Facebook) continue to constrict organic reach in order to attain their own growth metrics.In the early days of the web, it was much easier to build scale, to rank on the front page of Google or just stand out in the feed. Today, do you really expect your world-ruling app to stand out in the app store without some kind of marketing push? Or to dominate Google by “outsourcing your SEO”? I didn’t think so.My point here isn’t that attempting to build products with built-in users isn’t obsolete. But, unless you’ve got some kind of marketing budget in place to strategically push your product, you’ll be running handicapped in a very competitive race. Remember: You’re competing with a wily group of growth hackers!3. Great products don’t sell themselves.This myth, a corollary of Myth 2, is likely an unwanted, unconscious byproduct of the feature-obsessed, engineering focus of so many software startups today. Yes, we know your code is beautiful. But even the best, most innately viral software needs to be discovered; otherwise, the dream of deploying a “perpetual motion conversion machine” will remain in your head.Discovering what will make you discoverable means digging into your data. The uglier it is, the more likely that it will yield insights. Resources include:Website analytics (Google Analytics)Email open/click rates (MailChimp, AWeber)Social and content marketing (Buffer, Buzzsumo)SEO (SEMrush, Moz Open Site Explorer, Yoast)Heat maps, feedback polls, surveys, user session recording (Hotjar, Qualaroo, Inspectlet, ClickTale)Measure this data, analyze what’s working and then optimize. Repeat as necessary.Related: 6 Growth Hack Techniques You Can Try Today4. Growth hacking isn’t ‘black hat.'”Black hat” refers to aggressive, often under-handed SEO strategies. Yet just because your strategies and tactics are incomprehensible to your standard Wharton-educated CMO doesn’t make them disreputably black hat. (If there’s anything truly “black hat” and flat-out illegal, it’s the way Madison Avenue agencies habitually (allegedly) use media rebates from big brand budgets to line their own pockets.Sure, growth hacking often means using legal loopholes (Uber), reverse engineering (SEO), algorithmically generated anti-competitive tactics (Google) and other tactics that may or may not be morally honorable. But these tactics are part and parcel of the envelope-pushing hacker ethos, which doesn’t wait for a tactic to be validated by the establishment before it’s deployed. (By the way, if you’re interested in the color of the hat worn by Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, all I’ll say is it isn’t black).5. It’s not all about acquiring ‘new’ users.Fred Wilson, a veteran New York-based VC who knows a thing or two about startup culture (Wilson’s firm survived the dotcom bust of 2000 very nicely) notes that too many businesses these days are stepping on the gas before they find a proven product-market fit. Instead, Wilson suggests that a company “focus on your 90-day retention numbers and make sure to nail them and prove you have a product market fit. Then scale.”Growth hackers know that existing users are always the best place to look for new users. Uber’s strategy reflects this stance perfectly. It’s all about personal referrals, word of mouth and unpaid referrals. Put another way, “Leaky buckets don’t need more water, they need their holes fixed.” Which means that a lot of growth hacking isn’t that radical or revolutionary: It’s about paying attention to what your best customers want — and giving them more, so they’ll serve as trusted, reliable PR mouthpieces.Do the work.Andrew Chen — one of the first to really define growth hacking — suggests that action and experimentation lie at the essence of the term. Unless you’re actively probing, testing, learning, optimizing and failing, you’re just “talking the talk.”Chen put it nicely in a recent Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session. “People,” he wrote, “are getting all their knowledge about growth from reading blogs, rather than actually doing the work, running the experiments and building great products.” I couldn’t have said it better.Related: Why Growth Hacking Won’t Work for Every Company Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. January 5, 2016 6 min readlast_img read more

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Watch out for these roadworks across Newcastle Borough this week

first_imgFull list Newcastle Borough Stafford Borough, Rugeley, Uttoxeter Stoke-on-Trent Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Drivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across Newcastle Borough this coming week. Motorists hitting the roads of the area on Monday morning can expect a raft of delays and road closures waiting for them. The following roadworks are taking place in Newcastle Borough between Monday November 12 and Sunday November 18. This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights. It is not exhaustive and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. If you only want information about roadworks in a different area of North Staffordshire and South Cheshire, visit the links below, otherwise scroll down for the roadworks most likely to disrupt your journey in Newcastle Borough in the coming week. Read MoreRoadworks from November 12 until November 18 South Cheshirecenter_img M6, A500 and A50 Staffordshire Moorlands Wide load set to travel through area Audley: Two way signals on B500 Nantwich Road opposite Quarry Service from November 14 until November 15 Bradwell: Two way traffic lights along Bradwell Lane until November 30 Crackley: Roadworks and road closure on Park House Road from November 15 until November 16 Keele: Multi-way traffic signals on Keele Road from November 13 until November 15 Madeley: Two way signals on Bowe End Lane at the railway bridge on November 15 Madeley: Multi-way signals at Manor Road and Bar Hill Miles Green: Multi-way signals on Rye Hills near Grange Farm on November 12 Mow Cop: Roadworks/road closure on Mow Cop Road, Mow Cop from the junction of Mow Cop Road from September 17 until December 4 Newcastle: Lane closure on Friars Street from November 12 until November 14 Newcastle: Roadworks and road closure on A53 King Street near the Borough Arms hotel from October 12 until November 15. Newcastle: Lane closures on A34 London Road from November 14 until November 16 Newcastle: Lane closures on Lower Street from November 12 until November 14 Newcastle: Roadworks and road closure on Sandy Lane from November 18 until November 19 Silverdale: Roadworks and Road closure on Hollywood Lane until March 20 2019 Silverdale: Two way signals on Park Road from junction with Racecourse to junction with High Street from November 1 until December 12 Silverdale: Roadworks and road closures on B5044 Sneyd Terrace, Church Street and Newcastle Street from October 29 until December 7.last_img read more

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CZ takes off China Perth direct

first_imgAiming to build passenger count between China and Perth, China Southern Airlines has launched the first-ever direct flight between the two regions.With the first commercial, direct service touching down in Perth International Airport earlier this morning, Perth Tourism Minister Kim Hames said the new service was part of the a 2020 initiative to increase visitors from China into Perth from 15,000 to 100,000.The Tourism head explained the new eight hour service would enable the city to achieve its tourism goals as well as strengthen business and trade links with China. “This is a milestone event for WA’s visitor economy and for the first time gives us direct access to the world’s biggest tourism market,” Dr Hames said.“To raise awareness of WA in China, Tourism WA has been working closely with China Southern Airlines and Tourism Australia to develop a $2.5million marketing campaign, which started in September.“Chinese tourists enjoy natural beauty and nature-based experiences and this State has them in abundance.”Earlier this month the Guangzhou based carrier welcomed China’s first A380 into its fleet. The superjumbo aircraft is rotating between the carrier’s Beijing to Pudong and Shanghai to Beijing routes. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

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Qantas has completed a major 12month long upgrade

first_imgQantas has completed a major 12-month long upgrade of its domestic lounges at Melbourne Airport, providing customers with more seats, an Asian spice bar and premium designs inspired by Melbourne’s landscape.Offering seats for nearly 900 customers, the new Domestic Business Lounge and Qantas Club have been completely redesigned to use space more effectively, and Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce says the multi-million dollar investment is a vote of confidence in Melbourne’s future.Qantas Business Lounge @ Melbourne Airport“Melbourne is one of the busiest ports in our network, and with the demand for premium travel on the rise, it’s the right time to be investing in bigger and better lounges,” Mr Joyce said.“Our Frequent Flyers tell us that starting their journey in a comfortable and premium lounge is important to them, which is why they were front of mind when we embarked on this redesign. Given it’s Melbourne, serving quality local food, wine and barista coffee is obviously a priority.”Qantas Business Lounge BarFor a detailed fact sheet click HERE. IMAGE: The upgraded Qantas Club for domestic travellers at Melbourne Airport airlinesairportsdomesticDomestic Business LoungeMelbourneqantasQantas ClubQantas Loungelast_img read more

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